1995-96 Chicago Bulls: Where Are They Now?

What Members of the 1995-96 Chicago Bulls Are Up To Today

The 1995-96 NBA Champion Chicago Bulls
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The 1995-96 Chicago Bulls will forever be remembered as one of the greatest teams of all time. Their 72-10 regular season record is unlikely to ever be broken and teams will use them as the benchmark for years to come in the NBA.

But what are the members of 95-96 Bulls up to today? Let's take a look:

Randy Brown

1996 NBA Finals Game 6: Seattle SuperSonics vs. Chicago Bulls
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Randy Brown

1996 NBA Finals Game 6: Seattle SuperSonics vs. Chicago Bulls

Brown has made his way up the ranks in the Bulls organization. As of 2013, he'd been promoted all the way to assistant general manager.

Ron Harper

Ron Harper
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Ron Harper

Ron Harper

Harper currently spends his time coaching youth basketball in New Jersey.

Steve Kerr

1996 NBA Finals Game 6: Seattle SuperSonics vs. Chicago Bulls
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Steve Kerr

1996 NBA Finals Game 6: Seattle SuperSonics vs. Chicago Bulls

Kerr is in the public eye more than any other member of 95-96 Bulls, as he of course does color commentary for TNT. There are rumors that he could be the next head coach of the Knicks.

Toni Kukoc

1996 NBA Finals Game 3:  Chicago Bulls v. Seattle SuperSonics
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Toni Kukoc

1996 NBA Finals Game 3:  Chicago Bulls v. Seattle SuperSonics

Kukoc is now an avid golfer and reportedly plays at least one round per day. He's apparently pretty good, because he won Croatia's national amateur championship in 2011.

Dickey Simpkins

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Dickey Simpkins

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Simpkins has worked as a college basketball analyst for ESPN and he's currently a motivational speaker.

Dennis Rodman

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Dennis Rodman

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When he's not making random trips to North Korea, Rodman is...is... I guess we're not sure what he actually does these days. Hopefully, he's getting sober.

John Salley

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John Salley

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Salley went on to a fairly successful television career following his exit from the NBA. He doesn't have a regular gig right now, but you can bet that you'll see him on a future show of some sort.

Bill Wennington

1996 NBA Finals - Chicago Bulls
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Bill Wennington

1996 NBA Finals - Chicago Bulls

The Bulls backup center became the team's radio color commentator following his retirement from basketball.

Luc Longley

1996 NBA Finals Game 2:  Seattle SuperSonics vs. Chicago Bulls
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Luc Longley

1996 NBA Finals Game 2:  Seattle SuperSonics vs. Chicago Bulls

The Australian big man was inducted into his country's basketball hall of fame back in 2009. He's currently an assistant coach for the Australian Boomers (national team).

Scottie Pippen

1996 NBA Finals Game 6:  Seattle SuperSonics vs. Chicago Bulls
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Scottie Pippen

1996 NBA Finals Game 6:  Seattle SuperSonics vs. Chicago Bulls

Pippen has stayed involved with the NBA following his retirement in 2005. In 2010 the Bulls made him a team ambassador and in 2012 he was named a senior advisor to the team's COO.

Michael Jordan

1996 NBA Finals Game 6:  Seattle SuperSonics vs. Chicago Bulls
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Michael Jordan

1996 NBA Finals Game 6:  Seattle SuperSonics vs. Chicago Bulls

Jordan is still trying to find success as an NBA executive with the Charlotte Bobcats. His team is in line to make the playoffs for just the second time in franchise history in 2014, so it looks like they're finally pointed in the right direction under MJ.

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